During this Maestraclass, Kim A. Snyder will present how the camera/film can be used to bear witness to highly sensitive topics. Through an examination of the collective trauma depicted in the award-winning documentary NEWTOWN, this interactive conversation will explore ethical issues inherent in the process, how film can provide a path toward healing communities, and ultimately transform grief into social impact.
Queen Liliuokalani, the last reigning queen of Hawaii left her crown lands to the children of Hawaii that were orphan, half-orphan, or destitute. The Trust is responsible for utilizing her assets to provide social services for her beneficiaries. Liliuokalani Trust is sponsoring an Alvin Ailey 2 week dance camp for our middle school aged beneficiaries. They have a final ho’ike at Hawaii Theatre on Mar. 31, where they need two camera operators with their own cameras. They also need an editor to assist in the completion of a short documentary film of the camp.
The ‘Hele Kalei’ 399 production team is looking for crew for their upcoming shoot, which will take place during Spring Break (March 27 – April 2). They want dedicated students with a positive attitude, and no experience is necessary!
Looking for a female voice actor to voice main character of Anna for a student animation film that tells the tale of a girl who ends up wandering around, lost in the woods. When a sprout creature decides to help Anna, she arrives to an unexpected being that will help her find the way home.
Arthur Murray Dance Studio is holding a student/teacher dance routine showcase on Saturday, February 25 from 6pm to 9:30pm at their brand new studio located at 770 Kapiolani. They are offering two free Private Dance lessons of the dance style of your choice (valued at $150.00 each) to any ACM students who would be willing to videotape the performances and do some light editing of the footage.
The 2017 ‘Ohina Short Film Showcase will be held on September 1, 2017 at the Historic Hawai’i Theatre. The showcase has opened it’s call for entries, and there is no entry fee for student films.
Call for entries for short films in or about pidgin and made by UH systemwide students in the past five years.
Every summer, the Television Academy Foundation offers 50 television industry internships in over 30 disciplines. These eight-week, paid positions at major media companies provide professional experience, career development and networking opportunities to talented students nationwide. They are currently accepting applications.
‘Hele Kalei’ is a quirky coming-of-age film that follows Kalei, a self-conscious woman who struggles to hide a secret passion for taiko drumming from her oppressive mother. When the opportunity to perform in Tokyo arises, Kalei must choose between continuing to lie to those around her and dancing to the beat of her own drum.
Award-winning ACM Professor Vilsoni Hereniko was recently featured in an article on the website of the State of Hawaii’s Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism (DBEDT) about his upcoming feature film “Until The Dolphin Flies”
ACM Mānoa was recently inducted into the prestigious International Association of Film and Television Schools (Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision – CILECT), joining the ranks of elite film schools including USC, AFI, NYU, UCLA, CalArts, and many of the top film school programs around the world.
A new Joint Masters of Arts in Cinematography with two years of study in Budapest, Dublin, and Tallinn. Scholarships are available.
ACM Mānoa students, along with visiting students from Shanghai University participating in the SMART Exchange, showcased their films at the Hawai’i International Film Festival this past week.
The part-time Student Production Technician is an entry position within PBS Hawaii Creative Services. Training includes operating video cameras, video switcher, audio equipment, character generator, still store, teleprompter, floor directing, and assembling/lighting sets. Occasional field shoots required.
ACM Mānoa had a strong showing at the 2016 ‘Ohina Short Film Showcase, an annual film festival that showcases local films and talent. This year’s selected films include three ACM student films, one ACM faculty-student-alumni interdepartmental collaboration, and one ACM alumni film.
ACM Awards Event highlights, five of six Sundance Institute Native Short Script Lab participants are ACM students or alumni, new ACM summer course, ACM internships, and local film festivals call for submissions.
ACM alumni working on Hawaii 5-0 set, ACM Call for Entries for SMART Exchange, ACM Screenwriting Competition, ACM Showcase and Awards, 399 Pitch Day, and Student Scholarships, and applications still open for internship opportunities with Hawaii Media Inc., PBS Hawaii, Kinetic Productions, TalkStory Productions, etc.
2015 ACM Award Winners, fond farewells to Valerie Mih and Gregg Ambrosius, ACM courses this summer, great opportunities!
SMART Exchange call for entries open, Hawaii 5-0 internships, ACM Pitch Day for Fall 399 projects, ACM Master class with Justin Chon.